In an unexpected turn of events, good ol' paper won this largely digital race with 22% of the vote. Following by only a fraction of a percent was Google Tasks (22%) trailed in third by Remember the Milk (17%). Rounding out the bottom of the Hive Five was Toodledo (13%) and Things (10%).
Paper is still the best for some things. And, for me at least, the to-do list is one of them. Nothing beats being able to scribble your tasks down on a piece of paper and jamming it in your shirt pocket for easy reference, to nestle among your business cards, the backs of which are perfect for jotting down a quick note or reminder. When I give out my cards, I always have to look on the back to make sure I'm not giving away the perfect quote I've written down for tomorrow's editorial or the list of three things I need to pick up at the store on the way home.
Oh, and wall calendards. I was late for a meeting this week because I had forgotten to jot it down on my calendar. If a meeting isn't written d